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Most of the village of Riomaggiore is squeezed into a narrow and steep valley, with tall colourful houses on either side of the main road rising up to the green hills and a small harbour below the village.
Be warned! If you drive to Riomaggiore you will find that whatever satnav may say, you cannot drive in to the town, still less park there. This will mean a long hike down steep steps and an even more steep hike back up again. The...More
Went with a group tour. Only stayed for less than an hour, not enough time to fully appreciate this colorful coastal village. Will come back here on our own and maybe hike all the villages of Cinque Terre.
Great place to visit but be warned you need to be able to take stairs up and down to your room, to the port, to the beach, practically everywhere. The pebble beach was fun but hard to manage as the waves were quite rough after...More
This attraction is bogged down with reviews that have nothing to do with the historical center of the town. That's disappointing and confusing.
But the central historic village is nice, it's just crowded, as are all of the Cinque terre towns. There's still a lot...More
We spent the early afternoon wandering around Riomaggiore. We bought some fish/chicken & chips and brought it down to the marina to enjoy the views. There are plenty of little trails to follow in and around the town and the water. Beautiful place to spend...More
One can travel to Riomaggiore by ferry and enjoy the colorful views of the fishing village from sea. It would be relaxing to have a cup of coffee in one of the cafes along the main road in the village and watch the sea activities...More
I'll start out by saying we only saw the teensy, tiniest bit of Riomaggiore. We took the ferry from Monterosso and this was the first stop. There are A LOT of stairs to get from the ferry dock into town, which was hard on my...More